In the last couple years we have seen everything from ombre to balayage to unicorn pastels. But this spring and summer, a shift is happening to what can be best described as: sombre. What is that, might you ask? It is a very subtle ombre. I mean VERY subtle. It’s almost one color, but with an ever-so-slight difference of shading at the ends, making it more of a natural sun-kissed, beachy effect. This can be created by using a level 6 or 7 at the root to mid, and blurring a level 7 or 8 at the ends, using Paul Mitchell® the color XG®. This color is best created using only 1 to 1 ½ of a level jump between the two colors. It’s soft on contrast and big on glam!